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Old 08-29-2019, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Ruby Khan View Post
Thank you for the information.

I am having trouble imagining how you can get more clearance without chopping the existing ones.

Is it a case where you actually remove and replace the panels rather than chopping the existing panels and bolting on new flares?

Thank you.
When speaking of Fiberglass fenders you take the whole stock metal panel off and replace it with a new fiberglass one like I did from McQueen and bolt it up. The flare allows the wheel to travel up into the fender more where the stock one would have hit. Or like you said you can chop the stock fenders. Im running 35s. I have a friend who runs 33s and doesn't need fiberglass fenders for his truck with the same setup.
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